Maven Collective Marketing Founder Wins Silver Stevie Award for Women in Business

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Erica Hakonson, Principal and Founder of BC-based award-winning B2B Digital Marketing Agency, Maven Collective Marketing, has won a Silver Award at this year’s Stevie Awards for Women in Business.

2019 Women in Business Stevie Awards

The Stevie Awards for Women in Business honor women executives, entrepreneurs, employees, and the companies they run – worldwide.  They considered by many to be the world’s premier business awards.

This year, over 1,500 entries were submitted for consideration in more than 90 categories, including Executive of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year, Company of the Year, Startup of the Year, Women Helping Women, and Women Run Workplace of the Year.

The 2019 awards were presented on November 15th at a dinner event in New York City.

Erica Haksonson Wins Silver Award

Erica Hakonson won a Silver Award in the Female Entrepreneur of the Year category for Business Services with less than 10 employees

“I am humbled to be recognized by the Stevie Awards, especially alongside such an outstanding group of female entrepreneurs from around the world,” Erica shares. “This award is an acknowledgment of the excellent work of every Maven at Maven Collective Marketing.”

Since founding Maven Collective Marketing in 2012, Hakonson has grown the agency specializing in partnering with B2B technology companies to help them succeed in all areas of digital and traditional marketing. Maven Collective Marketing has grown and strengthened year over year with Principal Erica Hakonson at the helm, achieving 230% growth over the last year.

Additionally, Hakonson is acknowledged as an expert in the field of B2B technology marketing, including recent international publications in Thrive Global, Authority Magazine, CMSWire and Canadian SME Business Magazine.

Hakonson is also passionate about giving back. In addition to donating two percent of revenue to charities, she also encourages women to enter entrepreneurship and the technology sector. Hakonson served as a volunteer on the Board of Directors for Simon Fraser University Alumni Board, the Aligned Collective Society and currently serves on the Board of North Shore Connexions Society.

About the Stevie Awards

Stevie Awards competitions receive more than 12,000 entries each year from organizations in more than 70 nations. Honoring organizations of all types and sizes and the people behind them, the Stevies recognize outstanding performances in the workplace worldwide. Learn more at http://www.StevieAwards.com.

About Maven Collective Marketing

Founded in 2012, Maven Collective Marketing is the multi-award winning digital marketing agency and partner to B2B software and software services companies to help businesses redefine their marketing strategies to thrive in the oversaturated marketplace of B2B software sameness.

Maven Collective Marketing has worked with B2B Fortune 500 companies launching/relaunching new products to SMB start-ups in the earlier stages of their business. Maven Collective Marketing brings the expertise and experience to translate, navigate and execute the complex world of online marketing to produce meaningful and measurable ROI.

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Maven Collective Marketing

Maven Collective Marketing (www.mavencollectivemarketing.com) was founded in 2012 by B2B Marketing Maven, Erica Hakonson.Since inception, Maven Collective Marketing has worked with numerous B2B companies to disrupt their marketing in order to improve their measurable marketing results.

While their breadth and scope of B2B Marketing Services has broadened over the years, the Maven's focus and specialization in B2B software marketing has only sharpened.Maven Collective Marketing works with such companies as the Microsoft Corporation, Intranet Connections, PowerObjects and more. Learn moreabout Maven Collective Marketing here: http://mavencollectivemarketing.com/about/
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